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Chris-Craft will unveil 26-footer at Fort Lauderdale

Chris-Craft is introducing the Calypso 26 at the Nov. 5-9 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Chris-Craft will unveil a new dual console next week at the Fort Lauderdale show.

Chris-Craft will unveil a new dual console next week at the Fort Lauderdale show.

Chris-Craft is introducing the Calypso 26 at the Nov. 5-9 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

The Calypso 26 will be a new range in the dual console segment and is equipped with an enclosed head, holdup seating in the cockpit and a wind door.

Also at this year's show will be the Launch 36, with triple outboards and a hard top, along with the Launch 28, Launch 25, Carina 21, Catalina 26, Catalina 29 and Catalina 34.

Chris-Craft will hold a press event to announce a new range in its lineup at 11 a.m. on Nov. 5.

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